Searching on Google using a specific ccTLD, that is Google.com.sg for example, in India will no longer indicate results based on the country service but according to the user's location.
Google has announced that it has updated the way it labels country services on the mobile web, the Google app for iOS, desktop search, and on Maps. You'll know the location Google recognizes by looking at the lower left-hand corner of the page, as you can see above. This won't change if you try to make a Google search from google.co.uk or google.co.au. Now, Google will change the in search country services. Google says that if for some reason you are getting results from a different country service, it is possible to change the country service under the Google Search settings page. So if you live in Australia, you'll automatically receive the country service for Australia, but when you travel to New Zealand, your results will switch automatically to the country service for New Zealand. So, if you're in the U.S., you'll get the country service for the US.
Official Google representatives have confirmed the information that now in the popular search engine will be impossible to find news in other regions. So to get the proper search results he needs to go Japan and then only he can search the exact results.
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For example, earlier people use google.com for the U.S. search results, Google.co.uk for England and Google.co.jp for Japan but there will not any use of moving to different domains from now. The search results will correspond to your location.
Google will automatically detect when you go overseas and serve you search results tailored for your new location.